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Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill (2016). Welfare, equality and social justice: Scottish independence and the dominant imaginings of the 'New' Scotland. Ethics and Social Welfare, 10(3) pp. 239–251. file


Twomey, Mary (2015). Why Worry about Autonomy? Ethics and Social Welfare, 9(3) pp. 255–268.


Dumbleton, Sue (2013). Goodies and baddies: equivocal thoughts about families using an autoethnographic approach to explore some tensions between service providers and families of people with learning disabilities. Ethics and Social Welfare, 7(3) 282 -292.

Ingham, Nigel and Atkinson, Dorothy (2013). An Oral History of the Ethics of Institutional Closure. Ethics and Social Welfare, 7(3) pp. 241–256.

Tilley, Liz and Chapman, Rohhss (2013). Exploring the ethical underpinnings of self-advocacy support for intellectually disabled adults. Ethics and Social Welfare, 7(3) pp. 257–271. file


Higgs, Alison (2012). E-learning, ethics and 'non-traditional' students: space to think aloud. Ethics and Social Welfare, 6(4) pp. 386–402.


Twomey, Mary (2011). Relational autonomy: an example from breast cancer nursing. Ethics and Social Welfare, 5(4) pp. 408–413.

Wiles, Fran (2011). Blurring private-professional boundaries: does it matter? Issues in researching social work students' perceptions about professional regulation. Ethics and Social Welfare, 5(1) pp. 36–51. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Buchanan, Ian and Gunn, Robert (2007). The interpretation of human rights in English social work: an exploration in the context of services for children and for parents with learning difficulties. Ethics and Social Welfare, 1(2) pp. 147–162.

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